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Hours

Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

Extra Phones

Phone: (408) 449-5189

Phone: (408) 441-6170

TollFree: (877) 441-6169

Brands
alpine, clarion, electronics, jbl, kenwood, mitsubishi, pioneer, sony
Payment method
check, visa, mastercard, all major credit cards, discover, amex
Neighborhood
Berryessa
AKA

Short Circuit Repair

Short Circuit Car Audio Repair

Categories
Stereo, Audio & Video Equipment-Service & Repair, Stereo, Audio & Video Equipment-Dealers, Consumer Electronics
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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07/29/2011

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Factory Radio Repair

Short Circuit, located in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1994, specializes in car audio repair, factory radio repair, and video out-of-warranty repair services. With our certified electronics technicians and state of the art facility, we can handle all your car audio and radio repair needs. With over 38 years of experience, we repair 13,000 car audio units yearly and are currently servicing over 2,300 dealerships nation wide. Our large inventory of replacement parts and exchange car radios allows our technicians to repair all brands of audio
and video equipment in a timely and efficient manner.

06/03/2011

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Crooks at work

Beware!!! This place tried to rip me off big time. I had a DVD Navi player in my Lexus that could not read the disk. When I called and talked to a tech, he told me that they could fix it and just bring it in. When I brought it in and talked with Mark, he told me the unit was too old and not repairable. He tried to sell me a replacement with exchange for $900. I declined. He immediately dropped the price to $800. I was about to go for it, but I knew a friend in LA who knows someone who used to work as a radio and TV repair man. I decided to give my friend a shot first. I shipped the unit to him and his friend fixed it in 15 minutes. The total cost was $20 for shipping and a case of beer. I talked to my friend and he said this guy Mark tried to sell me a replacement then he would fix my unit to sell it to someone else. I cannot believe this guy Mark tried to rip me off. You have been warned--do NOT trust this place.

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